February 20, 2018

Suspect in Skytrain stabbing spree appears in court

Crown counsel wants bail denied for one of the two teen girls facing charges after a stabbing spree on Skytrain. Crown says the 14 year old has a history of violence and was on bail at the time and should remain in custody as she is a safety risk. Crown also wants a psychiatric assessment done. Defence opposes the move says his client was not an … [Read more...]

Stabbing Spree update

Vancouver Police say two victims of last week's stabbing spree in the West End remain in hospital. Both are expected to survive including a 24-year-old woman who is still listed in very serious condition. A 28-year-old woman is in stable condition. Police are not speaking to a possible motive for the attack because the accused, Jerome Bonneric, is … [Read more...]

Two women injured in stabbing spree still in hospital

Two women wounded during last week's stabbing spree at an apartment building in Vancouver's West End remain in hospital. One remains in serious condition and the other is now stable. The 33-year old man accused of attacking them on Thursday evening made his first court appearance Monday morning. Jerome Bonneric has been charged with four counts … [Read more...]

Man accused of stabbing spree makes first court appearance

A French citizen accused of injuring several people at a Vancouver apartment building on Thursday evening will be held in custody until he's been psychiatrically assessed. Jerome Bonneric made a brief court appearance Monday morning looking confused and wearing a cast on his lower right arm. Lawyer --Bob Bellows-- says his 33-year old client … [Read more...]

More questions than answers after West End stabbing spree

The M.L.A. who represents Vancouver's West End says people in the community are scared and anxiously waiting to hear more from police after multiple stabbings last night in a building at Haro and Barclay.  Spencer Chandra-Herbert says residents of the West End -- not only those living in the building -- are still scared and have very little … [Read more...]

Police: Mitchell planned killing spree

We're learning more about the man at the centre of last week's RCMP manhunt. Evidence taken from the now-dead suspected murderer's vehcile shows he had a "hit list." Homicide investigators say the names of six individuals and six businesses were on the list taken from Angus David Mitchell's van, for conflicts dating back to 2009. Sergeant Jennifer … [Read more...]

Tire slashing spree in Burnaby

The RCMP are investigating a large tire-slashing spree in the Burnaby Mountain area.Inspector Tim Shields says 100 cars were targeted overnight in enclosed, above-ground parking lots for four apartment buildings between Gaglardi Way and North Road. "We believe that it occured overnight, we don't know who did it, we don't know how many suspects … [Read more...]

Two men charged after B.C. robbery spree

VANCOUVER - Vancouver police say two men have been arrested and charged after 34 bank robberies in and around the city.Det. Const. Dean Wells says 39-year-old Duane Robert Burd has been charged with 20 counts of robbery and six counts of using an imitation firearm.He says 30-year-old Timothy Peter Everett has been charged with 11 counts of robbery, … [Read more...]

Polyphonic Spree melds music video and Choose Your Own Adventure in new iOS app

Anxious to get your ears on new tunes from The Polyphonic Spree? Join the crowd. For those in possession of an iOS device, you can have a listen at the freshest of the fresh ("Bullseye"), while entertaining yourself all the while. As artists look for ever-changing ways to get their points across, this particular group has teamed up with Moonbot … [Read more...]